Prior to 1999

The III International Festival of Contemporary Dance in Bytom, Poland 1998-2001. Adviser, consultant to projects from USA to Poland.

Exchange of artists, educators and presenters to Uzbekistan to view performing arts and some visual and applied arts and crafts, including three trips by USA participants, and two trips by Uzbekistan artists to the USA.  A tour of Ilkhom Theatre in the USA took place in 2003, cooperation with H-Art Management.  1999-2003

Daghdha Dance Company, Limerick Ireland. Co-produced projects in New York, Estonia, Ireland, and Russia while Yoshiko Chuma was artistic director.  1999-2003

Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks. Unfinished Symphony, a collaboration with Japan-based composer Aska Kaneko and her ensemble (Premiere Danspace Project, NY 1998 and tour across Europe and USA); Crash Orchestra East including collaborations with local musicians in Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria.  Project developed with Silesian Dance Theatre, 1996.

Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre (CAMT) management. 1991-present

Ralph Lee’s Mettawee Theatre – GOH Management Advisers on production and promotion services. 1999-present

Co-Produced choreographer/dancer Marika Blossfeldt’s film Moon Pulse with Esto TV. filmed in Estonia.  1992

Min Tanaka’s Poe Project a dance created with US performers based on a libretto commissioned from writer and philosopher, Susan Sontag. Touring, fundraising, coordination of international team of artists and staff. Brought 10 artists to Japan to work with Tananka on his Body Weather Farm, premiered at Jacob’s Pillow, US Tour,  PS 122/NYC, Tokyo International Festival.  1997

US fiscal sponsor, development and producer for Tamar Rogoff‘s site specific dance/theater works The Ivye Project in a forest surrounding a Holocaust Memorial in a tiny village in Belarus (1994) and Demeter’s Daughter, on rooftops, in gardens and in schoolyards on the Lower East Side of Manhattan 1997. Executive Producers for documentary films about these projects Summer in Ivye (2001) and Demeter’s Daughter (1999).

Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, (NY based company). Management of domestic and international projects (1992-present) – including touring East/Central Europe, West Europe, Asia, USA, and international collaborations.

Marika Blossfeldt’s Polli Talu Arts Residency Center in Estonia. Assisted in development of international projects involving residencies of artists from the USA, to Estonia. Focus workshop on video and dance collaborations for dance professionals from across East Central Europe, taught by video artists from USA (1999-present)

Developing and Managing Cathy Weis’ Monitor Lizards (Painted Bride Arts Center 1999), Live Internet Performance Structure – LIPS (Bennington College/Prague Internet Café – 1998); Gravity Twins (The Kitchen 1998); Fractured, Just the Fracts Ma’am (Dance Theater Workshop 1996 – BESSIE AWARD WINNER), Cathy Weis and Friends (The Kitchen 1995), and A String of Lies (Performance Space 122 – 1995).   Weis’ ArtsLink Projects at the Prague Museum of Modern Art and FAMU, Czech Republic in 1997-98 and with Nova Productions, Skopje City Museum, PAC MultiMedia and Contemporary Art Center in Skopje Macedonia in 1999, 2000 and 2001.    Weis  project with Desislava Shpatova, Legal-Art Theatre, Sofia, Bugaria a production based on Jean Genet’s The Maids for Varna Summer Festival 2002.

Production: The Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre‘s Don Juan, The White Doe and Rusalka The Little Rivermaid at the Bohemian National Hall, La MaMa ETC, ’Celebrate Prague Festival” at the World Financial Center, New York, and on tour in the US, Prague, Europe and Asia. GOH developed and produced Hamlet for Vineyard Theater 26 and tours to festivals in Pakistan and Turkey; and Golem, presented by La MaMa ETC and in a later version by the Henson International Puppet Theatre Festival in New York . (1991-present)

Editing and Publishing Czechoslovak-American Puppetry, a scholarly work on the history and traditions of Czech and Slovak marionettes in Europe and in the United States. Producing Faust on a String, a documentary film about Vit Horejs’ finding antique marionettes in Jan Hus House, New York City.

Served as host site to ArtsLink Fellows from Lithuania, Macedonia, Yugoslavia, Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia, Hungary, Estonia, and Bulgaria. Conducted collaborative ArtsLink Project by U.S. artists in Estonia, Belarus, Macedonia, Poland and the Czech Republic

Hanne Tierney’s FLATLAND, tour to the BITEF Festival in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. 1996

Various exchanges of artists and educators from USA, East Europe, Central Asia, and Baltic Republics, in collaboration with 2.Tants in Tallinn, Estonia, and others.

Exchanges of artists and presenters with Israel and Russia sponsored by United States Information Agency.  1992-94

Producing Kestutis Nakas’ Jack Ruby Slippers at the Ohio Theater, and When Lithuania Ruled the World Part III at Anthology Film Archives, NYC.

Assisting Gail Gates et al. (Michael Counts, director) in its beginnings as producing organization, in acquisition of space, touring to Asia and company development.

Producing Myung Soo Kim in Korean shamanic dance at Dance Theater Workshop, NYC in 1994 and 1997.

Recording projects for composers: Robert Een, Eitetsu Hayashi, Kitty Brazelton, Agatsuma Shamisen and Frank London.

Fiscal Sponsorship for US tours of Silesian Dance Theatre from Poland.

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